In the first quarter of this year, the number of emergency apartment rental applications hit a record low of 5,800, according to a report by the Hokkaidae-based company Energo.

The number of Golden apartment rental requests, however, continued to increase.

The average amount of rent per unit reached 1,250 yen ($16.50) in the first half of the year, a 4.6% increase from the previous quarter.

According to Energos report, the average Golden apartment rent increased to 6,600 yen ($27.00) per month during the same period.

The total amount of rentals rose from 1,900 to 2,600.

Golden apartment apartments are the cheapest rental options available in Hokkyo, Hokkapus and Kyushu, and are popular with backpackers looking for a more intimate setting with private bathrooms.

They are not suitable for the elderly, and it is a good idea to consider their height to prevent them from overheating.

It is estimated that Golden apartment landlords are spending about 10 billion yen ($1.3 billion) on rent in the state of Hokkakos first year.

Energa’s report notes that the increase in the number and quality of Golden apartments is largely due to the recent increase in Airbnb listings.

The company expects the number to reach 1,500 by 2019.

The firm’s executive director, Toshihide Saito, said that in 2017, there were more than 1.2 million Airbnb guests in Hokukaido, compared to just over 600,000 in 2017.

Saito said that the popularity of Airbnb is also responsible for the decline in Golden apartment requests, which were down about 15% compared to the same time last year.

Saita said that while Airbnb is not a regulated company, they have been responsible for regulating the number in the past.

Airbnb has since introduced a new policy which states that guests must be at least 21 years of age to rent apartments.

Energo reported that Golden apartments in Hokkei, Kyusho and Hokkazu have been the most popular option in the country for a few years.

They saw a 15% increase in Golden requests in the year that ended on June 30, according the report.

Golden apartments have been a popular option for backpackers wanting to experience an intimate setting while staying at a hotel.

Airbnb hosts often allow guests to use their rooms as a guestroom, making them one of the best options for sharing a room with friends.

According the report, Golden apartments were popular among backpackers seeking to have a room for a small group of people to share a room.

In the last year, they increased from 2,000 to 3,000.

According this report, Hokkyos golden apartment requests are also a popular choice for people looking for an apartment without spending too much money.

Esergos Golden apartment data was released in September.

The data revealed that while Golden apartments are still growing, they are not the trendiest rentals.

For example, in the fourth quarter of 2016, there was a 2.4% increase compared to 2016.

The growth in the third quarter was 3.1%.

Energon has not disclosed the actual number of apartments it analyzed.

The research company also said that despite the increase of Golden applications, the popularity was not a factor.

In 2016, Energy reported that only 12.5% of the population had a Golden apartment.